Camera Operator Title Job Description Sample
Multi-Use Camera Operator - SNY
Work with technical and news staff to satisfy production needs for live, taped and automated programming under supervision of Director and Operations management
Ability to proficiently operate Cammate Jib, stedicam and hand-held cameras equally as dictated by productions demands
Assist in maintaining all of the above cameras and rigs in good working order
In coordination with the Director, create and offer visually interesting and varied subject shots
Willingness and ability to train others as needed for back-up purposes
This is a part-time role; 24 hours per week (3 days a week)
Bachelor's Degree (preferably in Communications) or equivalent work experience required.
Two (2) years of experience in live, multi-camera studio production preferred, with related camera operator experience required
Knowledge of Cammate Jib & stedicam rigs along with Ikegami HD cameras
Ability to identify and trouble shoot mechanical issues with equipment and set up
Must be able to lift 25+ lbs. depending on stedicam rig and set / strike studio gear
Interested and qualified candidates must submit a resume/CV through www.nbcunicareers.com
Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States
Must be covered by Solutions, NBCU's Alternative Dispute Resolution Program
Must be 18 years or older
Must be willing to work in New York, NY
Ability to travel as required
It is the policy of NBCUniversal and NBCUniversal' s affiliated businesses to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy) sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Familiarity with NY sports a plus
Proficiency in iNEWS or similar newsroom software system a plus
With proper training, serve as fill-in for all other Tech 1 positions as needed (i.e. Robotic Camera, Teleprompter, Video Playback, Video Shading)
Excellent interpersonal & communication skills required
Must be a collaborative team player who works well with others, in a fast paced, dynamic studio environment
Available to work flexible, non-traditional hours including weekends and holidays
Technical Program Manager, Instagram Camera & Sharing
Join a collaborative and passionate team working to make the best experiences for staying close to your friends and family. As a Technical Program Manager at Instagram, you will work closely with multiple stakeholder teams including product, engineering, design and marketing to build the roadmap and lead the execution of products that allow you to express yourself and connect with your interests.
Instagram Technical Program Managers operate within the engineering organization and have technical knowledge that enables them to influence and drive cross-team projects and roadmaps. The right candidate has an understanding of camera infrastructure and is passionate about inspiring people to express themselves creatively.
We are looking for an excellent communicator who is knowledgeable in mobile product development, passionate about connective platforms, excited to collaborate, and focused on advancing Instagram engineering and products. This is a constantly evolving space, and the TPM is expected to be flexible and pivot based on the problems we are trying to solve. This person will be highly organized, productive, poised, and able to thrive in high-pressure, time-sensitive scenarios.
This is a full-time position based in our office in San Francisco, CA.
- Articulate the technology, requirements, goals and milestones of your team
Build subject matter expertise in your area and stay up to date on technological developments
Develop and manage cross-functional programs, facilitating relationships across Instagram and Facebook to identify risks, manage dependencies and optimize resources
Work with Product and Engineering to define your team's strategy
Drive internal process improvements across teams, remove roadblocks, and deliver on high-impact projects with a focus on efficiency, performance, and quality
Assess business impact, prioritize initiatives and drive accountability in a fast-paced environment through project planning and strong interpersonal skills
- B.S. in Computer Science or a related technical discipline, or equivalent experience
4+ years of software engineering, systems engineering or technical product/program management experience
Communication experience and experience working with technical management teams to develop systems, solutions, and products
Organizational, coordination, and multi-tasking experience
Analytical and problem-solving experience with systems
Experience establishing work relationships across multi-disciplinary teams and multiple partners in different time zones
- Technical knowledge and/or experience in camera infrastructure or AR/VR programs
Web or internet start-up technical management experience
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Design Release Engineer- Viewing Camera
Active safety is a rapidly developing area of automotive engineering, deploying multiple new sensors, subsystems and features to the vehicle. The combination of these sensors provides near and far object detection enabling the implementation of many new safety features into the vehicle – Forward collision warning, collision mitigated braking, lane departure warning, and Super Cruise to name a few. The Camera DRE will be a key role in supporting program feature roll out.
Responsible for definition of requirements, execution of design, analysis, development, testing and management of engineering projects for Active Safety Components where creativity, initiative and independent judgment are involved. Exercises technical direction over other engineers or engineering support personnel and may have work direction responsibilities over a small group with specific engineering objectives. Consults with supervisor as required.
DRE for Camera including all elements of hardware and software
Capable of organizing and driving design for manufacturing initiatives
Develops component technical specifications as well as statement of requirements and subsystem technical specifications as required
Leads formal design, peer, and quality reviews
Leads resolution of technical issues
Leads product development team meetings
Leads/manages supplier resident engineers
Supports sourcing activities
Primary GM engineering interface with the component suppliers
Knowledge of hardware and software interfaces
Insure all vehicle program imperatives (cost, timing, investment, and quality) are met
Generates technical solutions for current, new and major programs
Provides technical leadership for advanced technology development
Performs complex design analysis
Develops engineering designs (including subsystems)
Implements engineering changes
Initiates documents to provide engineering authority and to maintain math data
Solves engineering related problems
Works with engineering functions, suppliers, plant personnel and others to implement cost reduction, methods and product improvements, and to support build programs
Plans and implements test and/or development programs
Releases parts and subsystems for production
Communicates information to and from internal and external customer organizations
Coordinates and consults with departments outside engineering, such as manufacturing
Stays abreast of new technology and competitive products
Travels as required
BSE, BS in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or Electrical Engineering
5 years of experience in a job-related area
Understanding of engineering theory and principles of operation of mechanical/electrical mechanisms
Specific knowledge of engineering mechanics, physics, metallurgy and manufacturing methods engineering
High level of oral and written communication skills
High level of analytical ability where problems are unusual and difficult
High level of interpersonal skills to work independently and effectively with others
Electronic Validation experience
Software Controls/wiring experience
Experience in electrical/electronic component design/release
Design/Development of Safety Critical Systems/Components
Knowledge of computer software as it pertains to engineering
Prior experience in manufacturing or industrial engineering for DFM
Prior experience negotiating between parties
Prior experience outside automotive for a fresh perspective
Prior commercial experience for negotiations with supply base
Seasonal Camera Tower Operator
Come work for a Top 100 Workplace! Experience the fun of working in the entertainment industry at Canterbury Park - home to live horse racing every summer and year round action in our Card Casino, Racebook and Expo Center.
Canterbury Park offers competitive pay and benefits for FT & PT employees; including PT PTO and holiday premium pay. Employees also receive free live racing admission, perks of special events and a variety of local & Canterbury Park discounts.
The primary responsibility of this position is to operate the tower camera for live production and to assist in preparation for live productions.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Operate a camera positioned in a fifty foot tower.
Become familiar with equipment.
Assist in installation of equipment needed for live productions.
Monitor and clean TV monitors on assigned level.
Assist in other duties as assigned.
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Must be able to pass Canterbury Park's pre-employment screening which includes a criminal background check, verification of work history and drug screening.
Must be able to attain a Minnesota Racing Commission (MRC) license.
- Current enrollment in a 2 or 4 year program in a related field preferred.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, climb, work outdoors in all weather conditions, work at heights, sit, and use fingers and hands to handle, feel objects, tools, or controls.
Flexibility of schedule is required. Available to work days, nights, weekends and holidays during the live racing season (May-September).
The employee must occasionally lift and/or move 50 pounds.
Canterbury Park is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer
Camera Monitor Technician
The position of Behavioral Health Camera Monitor Tech has been designed to assist in the delivery of nursing care to psychiatric patients under the direct supervision of a registered nurse. The patients served are patients of all ages in need of the secure setting of a locked behavioral health unit. St. Luke's C.A.R.E. delivery model (Continuity, Accountability, Relationship-based, Evidence-based) reflects a commitment to compassionate, competent care delivered by the interdisciplinary team. Care is provided through a therapeutic relationship with the patient and family. A spirit of inquiry is encouraged and supported. Small tests of change and more formal research efforts are used when the evidence is not clear. Evidence-driven protocols are utilized to assure reliable and consistent care.
The patients to be served include pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
You will be responsible for viewing and being attentive to all camera monitor screens for the three inpatient BH units.
You will receive any pertinent clinical information within the first hour of each shift from each of the inpatient BH units.
You will be responsible for passing along any pertinent clinical information witnessed on the monitors by calling or reporting to the specific unit staff what the significant events were that you witnessed.
You will be responsible for working eight hour shifts: 07-1530; 15-2330 and 23-0730.
You will be given two 15 minute breaks and one 30 minute meal break each shift. Please set up break and meal times with unit staff.
You will notify staff of any of the following witnessed behaviors:
Any attempts to harm self
Any attempts to harm others
Any sexual acting out
Visitors: you should have an awareness of where visitors are located on the units. Notify staff immediately if any contraband noted to be handed off to anyone else on the unit or of any suspicious behaviors by visitors.
Education: High School diploma required. College course work in the social sciences or humanities and the health care field is preferred.
Qualifications/Experience: Previous hospital or psychiatric experience is helpful and preferred
ENG Camera Operator (R10007949)
OVERVIEW OF THE COMPANY
Fox Networks Group
We are a collection of enduring brands and iconic, unforgettable characters. We create content for audiences big and small, reaching billions of people every day. Most of all, we are many individuals, each uniquely talented, each a critical piece to our puzzle, who collectively become a power. Desire to thrill and engage? Join us as we engage and inspire.
Working in the field to gather footage for (live) remote game productions as well as content from various events for post-produced original programming shows with or without a producer or reporter. Knowledge of lighting techniques are a must to ensure the look of the shoot. Maintaining equipment and production vehicles going to and from assignments on a daily basis.
Shoots games and events. Plans with Reporters and Producers what is needed on each shoot.
Loads and transporting gear to games and events. Labels equipment for proper usage and to keep track of each package.
Cleans equipment and organizes storage in the ENG closet. Updates the coordinating producer and or office engineer on any problems with equipment so that service can be scheduled.
This position requires a high school diploma or equivalency. A Bachelor's degree is preferred.
Proficiency in camera usage is essential. Previous experience with interviewing subjects, editing, logging tapes, and post production is preferred
Good oral and written communication skills are needed.
The ability to work all shifts including nights, weekends and holidays. A valid driver's license with a good driving record.
Working knowledge of camera systems such as a Sony F5 and Panasonic P2, AVID editing and cellular transmission technologies such as Live U.
Good organizational and project coordination skills are required in a fast-paced, high pressure setting. Familiarity with video camera and ancillary equipment is needed – knowledge of AVID editing system a plus.
The ability to troubleshoot problems and resolve issues under time pressure is essential. A demonstrated ability to work effectively with limited supervision is necessary.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, gender identity, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories consistent with applicable law.
Electrical Test Engineer - Camera Hardware
Why Apple? We live in a mobile and device driven world where knowledge of the physical world around us is needed.
We rely on this knowledge to get around, to learn about our environment and to enable spectacular new features for custom applications. Apple is meeting those needs as robustly and as creatively as possible and is interested in people who want to help meet that commitment. The success we are striving will be the result of very skilled people working in an environment which cultivates creativity, partnership, and thinking of old problems in new ways.
If that sounds like the kind of environment that you find intriguing, then let's talk. JOB SUMMARY: The Camera Hardware Engineering group is responsible for the design, development, and innovation of camera hardware for all related Apple products.
Our target is to deliver superior camera hardware to enable best-in-class camera user experience. We are looking for an enthusiastic, high energy individual who can help us with tomorrow's challenges.
Min 2+ years relevant experience Good electrical fundamental skills and problem solving capability Hands on for prototyping solution and electrical testing methodology Strong knowledge of electrical measurement equipments and instrumentation Good user of AutoCAD, Cadence, Python, matlab and JMP. Familiar with high volume production environment Capable of managing different projects in parallel Great interpersonal skills
Knowledge of camera module integration Experience in ATE or high volume tester hardware is a plus
Lead Electrical testing solution for camera module & sub-system You will work cross-functionally to set up test requirements and outline DFT (design for test) feedback to design team Drive vendors for solution selection, tester design, bring up and implementation to meet high precision and high volume needs. Conduct failure analysis for engineering and MP builds Continuously improve test productivity and performance
BS/MS in Electrical Engineering or industrial experience equivalent
The Camera technician will be responsible for timely repairs and upkeep of our custom cameras. Works directly with Camera Engineers and Fabricators.
Role SummaryThe Camera technician will be responsible for timely repairs and upkeep of our custom cameras. Works directly with Camera Engineers and Fabricators. Specific Functions/Activities Summary
Evaluation of the performance, condition and quality control of cameras
Troubleshooting and identifying equipment issues, and providing estimates of repair
Maintenance and repair of all cameras
Completing necessary repair paperwork documenting work performed and parts utilized
Providing technical training to colleagues in order to enable them to perform appropriate maintenance and repairs
Keep inventory and manage use of equiptment
Schedule, pick up and return rental equiptment
Bachelors Degree in relevant field or equivalent experience
3+ years experience in servicing and repairing professional cameras
Understanding of digital video production, digital workflows, cinematography, and/or post production environment
Exceptional optical and mechanical skills
Able to lift up to 50 lbs
Up to 50% time spent traveling
EducationCandidates who have completed 60 credits of college-level coursework (representing 2 years), or have shown similar self-development through certifications, trade school coursework, etc. are preferred. Educational requirements may differ from job to job based on the role EEO StatementAt MSG we value diversity and are looking for extraordinary employees of all backgrounds! MSG is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, citizenship, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. In addition to federal law requirements, MSG complies with all applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in all locations.
Part-Time Camera Operator (Immediate Need)
Flowing Streams is a pioneer and global leader in Christian digital media. Our headquarters is in sunny Vero Beach, FL. Our vision is to build a state-of-the art global digital media platform to distribute fresh, cutting edge Christian content to all nations. The vision includes establishing media content centers around the world to produce Christian content in various cultures and languages. Our target date is 2030. Current successful media brands include TruNews and Prazor. Controversial and edgy, TruNews is the most popular Christian news/talk program in the world. Prazor is the world’s first Christian music streaming service. New media brands are under development. Flowing Streams’ rapid growth continues to explode in 2019. An impressive video studio and production center was recently constructed at our Vero Beach location. Flowing Streams content is distributed on all major digital media platforms including mobile devices, Roku, Apple TV, Chrome, and Fire. We are seeking media professionals with a passion to use their talent and skills to promote the Gospel of the Kingdom. Flowing Streams was founded and is led by Rick Wiles whose career path included national marketing positions at CBN and TBN. Flowing Streams is a nondenominational church that adheres to a conservative, traditional, orthodox, reformed theology and worldview. Our working environment is a relaxed, friendly, family-oriented culture that emphasizes professionalism and excellence in all we do in the name of Jesus Christ. Vero Beach is one of the best places in America to live and raise a family. Located along the Atlantic coast, Vero Beach is close to Orlando, Daytona, and Palm Beach. Our work motto is "Be Salty, Shine Brightly, and Love Everyone!"
We are looking for Part-Time Camera Operators to capture high quality and attractive images for our daily news and information video production. You’ll be an integral part of our mission to spread information and striking visuals to the world.
A camera operator has a steady hand and quick reflexes. We want you to be comfortable around expensive and delicate equipment as well as able to concentrate and attend to detail. If you’re passionate about the job and can think of ways to add creativity to your work, we’d like to meet you. You will need to be available 15-25 hours per week, with a required availability from 3PM-6PM weekdays.
- Understand and follow specific directions
- Work with directors to determine all aspects of shots
- Provide practical and creative input to scene planning
- Select, assemble and position equipment (cameras, stands, software etc.) under the director of floor supervision
- Prepare cameras and test angles or camera movements
- Shoot scenes according to requirements
- Capture quality footage from a fixed or moving position
- Collaborate with make-up artists, lighting and sound staff to produce the best final effect
- Assist in the resolution of technical or practical issues
- Availability weekdays from 3PM-6PM. Additional hours may be available based upon review of work progress and video production needs.
- Experience operating relevant equipment (cameras, cranes etc.)
- Ability to understand and follow camera scripts
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to think and act quickly
- A team player
- Attention to detail
- Physical strength to carry heavy equipment and stamina
- Excellent color vision and hearing
- High school diploma; degree in film, media or relevant field is a plus
- Consideration will be given to high school students who have a minimum 2 years of film or tv training or experience
- Limited consideration will be given for internships
Limited benefits are available for part-time employees.
Rate of pay: $12 - $15/hour based on experience.
All employees are subject to a 30 and 90 review.
Advancement opportunities for quality performance and stellar reviews.
Title II ADA Coordinator
Description / Position Overview
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Title II ADA Coordinator
In this position, you will participate in the implementation of goals, policies, and procedures related to the City's (City of Colorado Springs) compliance with Title II of the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). You will interact with City staff and the public to develop an interactive process to address ADA Title II compliance.
Essential Job Functions - the basic job duties an employee must be able to perform:
Provide technical assistance regarding ADA and related policies; participate in ADA self-evaluations; and collect and input data related to the City's ADA transition plan
Conduct facility surveys; document existing conditions, including programs and/or service accessibility needs for future improvement projects
Coordinate with City departments to eliminate physical or policy barriers as required by law; assist City departments to ensure ADA requirements are included in the design of new and renovated facilities; and ensure access issues are integrated into the daily operation of the City, including policy, education, and public information
Perform on-site visits with project managers, contractors, sub-contractors, and others to monitor the progress of barrier removal during construction; inspect the finished project to evaluate the final degree of accessibility as required by federal regulations
Assist with preparing budget recommendations for physical and/or program access requirements of the ADA for impacted department(s), including building modifications and/or equipment purchases
Participate in the City's ADA grievance process; receive, screen, investigate, and resolve allegations of Title II concerns
Assist in the review, evaluation, and determination of citizen requests for ADA accommodations
Participate in community outreach; maintain good working relationships; and attend meetings of organizations representing people with disabilities
We are looking for candidates who demonstrate:
Knowledge of pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations
Knowledge of principles and practices of record management
Ability to interpret and apply the ADA
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing
Excellent communication, presentation, organizational, and customer service skills
Successful candidate will have:
A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business administration, public administration, or a related field. Significant related experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
Three years of full-time professional experience in developing and implementing employer-based compliance and accommodation programs mandated by federal and state laws, including Title II of the ADA
Possess and maintain a valid non-probationary Colorado driver's license not subject to restriction related to alcohol and/or drug violations or pending charges
Possess, or obtain within nine months of hire, ADA Title II Coordinator Certification
Ideal candidates will also have:
- Two years of experience with the application and interpretation of Title II of the ADA
Physical Demands: This position requires the ability to lift up to 20 pounds occasionally and 10 pounds frequently. Walking or standing to a significant degree is also required.
Primary Work Environment
- Office environment with some travel from site to site
Wetness and Humidity
Noise and Vibrations
Mechanical and/or Electrical Hazards
Exposure to Communicable Diseases
This job announcement is not intended to include a complete listing of all responsibilities, knowledge, skills, and abilities associated with the position.
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